Please find today’s daily bulletin below. Thank you.
Speak up Scotland – ‘Speak up Scotland’ is an exciting FREE opportunity for S1/S2 pupils to take part in debate workshops, and maybe even their FREE debate camp. Debate is a great way to increase your confidence, express your point of view, and meet new people. If you are interested in finding out more about the project, please give your name to Mrs Fraser (room 4.5) or speak to your English teacher. Names must be given by Thursday 18th April.
S2/3 pupils – France Belgium trip – All pupils going on the trip to France and Belgium next month should attend a meeting tomorrow (Wednesday 17th) at 1.40 in room 2.3
Girls’ Choir – The Choir will meet as normal in G19, 1:30pm on Wednesday.
Looking forward to seeing you all there. Please make every effort to attend this final rehearsal before study leave…!
Keen Readers Wanted! The shortlist for the 2019 Children’s Book Awards has been revealed, as voted for by pupils all over the UK (including PHS). The Library needs your help to choose the overall winner. We have a copy of each of the three nominated books. If you are willing to read & rate at least one, please see Mrs Burns in the Library. (Suitable for S1-S2).
Yearbook – absolutely the last call for S6! If you have yet to submit a yearbook comment, or to order a copy of the yearbook, you have until Easter to do so. See Mrs Burns in the Library.
The Library has two free tickets to “An Evening with Anthony Horowitz” at the AK Bell Library on May 2nd. Tickets are normally £5 and have almost sold out! Interested? See Mrs Burns in the Library. (S4-S6 only).
Premiership Experience – There will be an important meeting for all those pupils who have submitted deposits for the Newcastle/Liverpool game at the start of break time on Wednesday. Attendance is essential as there have been some changes made to the trip.
S3-S6 Interhouse hockey tournament is on this Wednesday and Thursday lunchtime 1.30pm on the astro. Please be changed and ready to start at this time! If you have not signed up already please see Miss Cafferty in PE.
S4-6 pupils – Babcock Rosyth are hosting a Work Experience Week at Rosyth on June 10 – 13. The week will consist of an engineering and team-based task that pupils will work on and there will also be presentations, talks and site tours. This would be an excellent opportunity for pupils with an interest in pursuing STEM subjects as a career.
Pupils in S4-S6 should apply directly to Babcock Rosyth by the deadline of Friday April 26th. Successful applicants will be notified by Babcock in the following weeks. Please ask Mrs Martin for an application form.